The vicar of Wakefield / Oliver Goldsmith.
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|North Webster Comm. PL - North Webster||ABCD GOL Classic (Text)||72436000033203||Audiobooks||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9626340797
- Physical Description: 3 audio discs (3:58:25) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : NAXOS Audiobooks, 
- Copyright: ℗1996
Compact discs (DDD)
Abridged by Perry Keenlyside.
Program notes laid in container.
"Classic literature with classical music" -- Container.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
CD1. Honest man, a good-natured woman (5:15) -- Happy life, simple pleasures (5:20) -- Our misfortune is confirmed (10:36) -- Place of our retreat (9:14) -- Mr. Burchell, a poor gentleman (3:32) -- Merits of our landlord, Mr. Thornhill (5:50) -- Squire, and a crowd of company (10:28) -- Michaelmas-Eve at neighbour Flamborough's (7:02) -- Acquaintances of taste? (9:19) -- Mr. Burchell warns of the dangers of town (4:55) -- Easy method of raising money (7:51) -- CD2. Further deception (12:58) --
Our landlord is a familiar visitor (9:32) -- Rival for Mr. Thornhill (14:59) -- Entertainment in a magnificent mansion- a surprise (9:17) -- My son returns home (5:28) -- Another surprise in an inn, just twenty miles from home (8:48) -- I bring my daughter home- a further disaster (15:52) -- On the road to goal (2:30) -- CD3. 'Sanchoniathon, Manetho', an old acquaintance (13:01) -- Olivia- a fatal paleness on her cheeks (11:13) -- Letter from George (8:53) -- Visits from Sophy and Mr. Burchell and a revelation (14:20) --
Mr. Thornhill defends his actions (5:28) -- Butler tells all (7:20) -- Squire and Mrs. Wilmot's fortune (7:17) -- Happiness was expanded on every face (6:47) -- Further stroke of good fortune (5:05).
|Participant or Performer Note:||
Read by : Christopher Robbie.
"First published in 1766, 'The vicar of Wakefield is built around the naive but lovable figure of Dr. Primrose. He and his family live in rural bliss until disaster threatens to destroy their happiness: abduction, impoverishment and betrayal combine to lay them low, but a surprising figure brings hope when all seems lost..." -- Container.
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